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with texas prior to the 2004 season, as cano bounces one foul back behind first, you and i talked about this last week during a telecast from san francisco, a-rod to the yankees. soriano to the texas rangers. now, the yankees provided texas with a list of five other players. rangers were able to choose one of the five. cano was actually on that list. but texas went with joaquin arias to be -- >> tim: you have a lot of decisions to make as a general manager. we talked about ben cherington and cash man. sometimes they're wrong. that was -- everybody knows now, the wrong decision. you also look at how the course of baseball history would have changed had aaron beau not played basketball during the off season. >> tim: isn't that the truth. has a knee problem. cano became a more paramount interest to the yankees. where is cano going to play next year, the dodgers? they're the new yankees. >> tim: became a red sox in 2004. >> kenny: broken bat. ground out to pedroia. we head upstairs to ken. >> ken: at this point, still late in the season, guys. it certainly lacks like robinson cano will hit
and dreams of a small texas town in the state of texas rest squarely on the broad athletic shoulders of their star running back and his trusted towel manager. look at hank go. touchdown! yay, dad! ( all cheering ) okay, stop it. no one wants to watch this. hey, who wants to dance? dale, help me move that couch. dang it! what's the matter, hank? you don't want to see the part where you broke your ankle? film's a little grainy, but i think you can see bone. i don't want to see my ankle and i don't want to carry the dang torch. uh... anyone want to see nancy in an art film? shug! dad. someday someone's going to make the world's largest fruit pie and the next day i'm going to get in the guinness book of world records for eating it. bobby, i'm not in the mood for riddles right now. i'm just saying i hope you aren't backing out because you feel bad for me. i'll have my moment in the sun someday. but this one's yours. you're a hero. you took arlen high to state. ( sighing ): i'm not a hero. i'm a disgrace. bobby: okay, your trousers are filthy. but so were everybody else's. forget about it.
. why are you talking like that? ( texas accent ): honey, you don't want the king to catch you breaking character. once he put me on stable duty for humming an elvis song. follow me, fair visitors. to our tasks. everyone! villagers approach! i hope you enjoyed the stable and the sty. we now move on to some more comely beasts of burden-- the wenches. good morrow, everyone. i am beating a rug-- a very important job for castles were oft drafty and... wench! whom addressed thee? i addressed myself. since there was no such thing as a vacuum cleaner in the middle ages... what speak you of "vacuum cleaner"? peggy, hold thine tongue. oh-oh-oh. right, right, right. in the future, they will invent a magical sucking device to free women from household drudgery. ( all gasping ) if thou can foretell the future perhaps thou art a witch. she is no a witch, milord. merely tetched in the head from the sun. she's a witch. witch! witch! witch! witch! ( horn blowing ) how, now? is there unrest in my kingdom? she's a witch. hank: well, i guess if they burn you at the stake they'll be using my propane. you'l
you stay on top of it for us. >> we move to texas where jurors are deliberating in the trial ol army psychiatrist charged in the fort hood shooting rampage. nadal hasan is representing himself and chose not to make a closing argument statement. >> two people were killed in it the shooting and dozens of others were hurt. hasan faces the death penalty ia convicted. >>> crowds gathered in the northwest today in preparation for the d.c. statehood and st self-determination rally in march. >>> mayor gray was among those in attendance at freedom plaza this afternoon and artists putut their thoughts to paper and poster boards they believe will help promote civil rightsmote saturday morning at the d.c. wat memorial. >>> growing outrage over an american-muslim group plan tous march in washington.li >> the grouph called the american-muslim political action committee is approved to hold march september 11th billed as million muslim march. >> muslims denounce terrorism.n they say that date iss insensitive to september 11th and their families. rallies are supposed to happen on the national maul,
okmin visit with a special defender from east texas. >> j.j. watt, 20 and a half sacks. i'm curious what you think is more impressive from your defensive player of the year. >> the quarterbacks are so mobile i would say the sacks. i think the run plays are harder than anything. those are what i'm proud of. >> people say you are redefining the position. we are see ing things a defensive lineman shouldn't be able to do. what are you doing? >> just playing hard. you have seen it before. people told me when i first got here the end zone makes plays. you create new standards and set new heights there is no limit to what you can do. i'm always setting new goals. >> i know you will hate that i do this. one thing that's harder to do than lining up against j.j. watt is getting you to talk about the wonderful things you do. you do a lot. that included a deadly fire in texas a few monthsing ago. four firefighters were killed. about 14 more injured. i know you did amazing things for survivors and families. can you tell me about it? >> you know, my dad is a firefighter. my uncle is a firefighter. it
the fans in texas. he said, i can't go out anymore. i love the enthusiasm. but he takes back doors into restaurants. he took the defensive line out to play miniature golf. imagine a bunch of 6'5", 300 pounders out playing miniature golf. there was no one there. by the time they got done they had to jump the fence over the 9th hole to get home. >> thom: that's a nice catch by cadet. he has the first down all the way to the 30. sean payton wasn't around when cadet made a move after winning a roster spot last year. >> brian: this is a fresh look for sean payton. this is a young man that garnered their attention. we talk about whether it's the running back position. wide receiver. when you break down the roster you will carry that 5 272nd, 53 b man on the roster. you won't lock yourself in to a certain ratio by position because, as i earlier. he's ep heing himself as a running back here. there was speculation that because payton never had seen him front and center all of last year and the preseason robinson, a college free agent out of west texas a & m. those two might be duking it out
that toot on his chest. we tell him about what's going on in waco, texas? >> what's described he's a preacher from texas. made a rule that no one at my church can wear weaves. this is kind of weird, right? >> yeah, a lot of members and that's a lot of women out there that like that little extra oomph in their hair. >> are you serious? >> dead serious. he made a really good point. he said they're struggling financially and here spending $300 on weaves. >> but it's not just financial. he said wearing weaves creates a false image and women who wear them often have slow self-esteem. >> this guy is awesome. here's his ear quote. long hair, don't care. what kind of mess is that? i don't want my members focused on that what's on their heads, not in their heads. >> we better hope this guy is black. [laughter] >> i read it like because it's the rhyming. [laughter] >> hey, my man, thank you, man. take care. >> yep. >> hey, what's honey boo boo up to? we ain't seen her for so long. look here she's playing bingo with some ladies who have dogs. it's honey boo boo's first drag show, y'all! >>
and killed chris kyle and another man at a texas gun range. suffering from dtp to the range for therapy. the 25 year old held on 3 million dollars bond. army sergeant will face the victim's families. jury selection began for report bails. bails admitted to killing 16 afghan villagers mostly women and children. boys who survived will take the stand. >> news alert oust georgia a gun man armed fired shots in an elementary school. happened in deicature outside of atlanta the suspect got in the school following someone authorized to be there. fired a shot in the air. school was put on lock down. no one was hurt they were reunited with their relieved parents. >> been a lot on your heart much see what is going on in the news and not know what is going on. good to know no one was hurt it was a waiting thing. as far as the waiting i can't complain all the kids were safe. that's all want is your child to come home safe. suspect was arrested. authorities believe he had combloesive in his trunk. testimony reveefed vanessa fam fought back as she was stabed death in her car. fam had 15 slash markos
nominations. in west texas, students head back to school. there was a massive fertilizer plant explosion there in april. several buildings were left damaged beyond repair. >> on thursday, low wage fast-food and retail workers in eight cities across the country are preparing to strike. they're demanding $15 an hour up from the median wage of $8.94. saturday marks the deadline for president obama to formally propose the new pay raise scale for 2014. he's expected to officially offer a 1% across the pay hike for civilians and keep locality pay rates at their current level, an increase mandated by the 1990 pay comparability act is set to kick in if the president fails to propose a new plan to congress. >> if you love online music streaming. pandora is putting an end to its mobile listening site. it's ending the limit september 1st but to make up for the change, the service will only allow 12 songs gift every 24 hours compared to the current 6 gifts per channel. it's away to cut channels and attract more listeners. >> old values and new medicine are colliding in a difficult ohio case. an amis
psychiatrist admits to killing 13 and injuring dozens in a shooting rampage at the texas military base. he is defendzing himself and frying to justify the shootings as defense of his muslim faith he the start his defense tomorrow. >> new details about the surviving boston bombing suspect. he suffered multiple gunshot wounds one to the face and a skull fracture. jurisdiction were described by the surgion who treated him after hide nothing a boat in the backyard he pleads not guilty who killed 3 people and injured 260 he faces a potential death sentence. 2 oklahoma teens charged with first degree murder in the deadly shooting of this australian basketball player. 23 year old crist ner lange was on an athletic scholarship. he was shot and kill indeed duncan friday out for a jog after visiting his girlfriend. the motive? according to police 3 bored teens picked him as he jogd and decided to kill someone for the fun of it. the baseball team as well as the school is coming together to support lane's family. >> now we like the lane family and australia the tiger family is thinking about them. o
if the land is secure. >> karen gray houston. >> new tonight bo biden has been admitted to a texas medical hospital. biden and his son flew down to a hospital. beau biden suffered a mild stroke in 2010 -- no word on how long he will stay in texas. >> news edge in maryland. police in laurel are calling it a high-tech tool. a tiny camera to wear on their glasses to see what happened in a police stop. >> hand him the keys. >> ma'am. >> no. sir. >> she just took off. >> she was off. police say they could review the video for more accurate police reports and it can be helpful during prosecution. >> we can replay that back later if we have any questions about what happened. it preserves evidence for court. >> the laurel city council likes the use of the camaras saying it makes police stops more transparent and police believe few we are people seem to complain after they know they've been videotaped. >> charles county maryland where police release information about a hit-and-run in walled door. -- waldorf. the victim was in a wheelchair when he was hit suffering life-threatening injuries. it was
issue and remain so today. federal government suing state of texas over new id law which is discriminatory. >> texas is the only state that is discriminating in redistricting. in june, supreme court ruled to remove the -- to seek pre-clearance from the department of justice before making changes to election and redistricting laws. justice department is using a different part of the act in the texas case. now to the violent death of a community activist in d.c. >> police say someone shot timothy dawkins where he lived. the 24 year old studied to become a preacher. he had plans to run for ant commission e commissioner. >> he had an old soul. we traveled with kids to tennessee for training. we more examples especially black men. we lost out here. >> police don't have a suspect or motive. there have been more than 20 shootings on the same block. he blames the violence on the problems he and dawkins were trying to fix. >> justice for vanessa pham. a jury has handed down the verdict in the stabbing death of the teenager. >> we have set it at 49 years, 30 years plus 19 years of
a hundred years before the new yorkers. upon hearing this, bubba from texas, dug down 30 feet on his farm and found absolutely nothing. he concluded three hundred years ago, texans had already gone wireless. (laughter) all right! hold up your bible, say it like you mean it. this is my bible. i am what it says i am. i have what it says i have. i can do what it says i can do. today i will be taught the word of god. i boldly confess: my mind is alert. my heart is receptive. i will never be the same. in jesus' name. god bless you. i want to talk to you today about something that you've never seen. i grew up in a minister's home and we always had church and auditoriums and traditional sanctuaries. that's what everybody did. but in 2005, god gave us this beautiful facility. now, we have church in a former sports arena. that's something that i had never seen. i worked 17 years behind the scenes at the church doing the television production and i thought that's how i would spend my life. but when my father went to be with the lord, i was suddenly thrust into this position. now, instead of being b
you in a bit. >> the justice department is d suing the state of texas over the new voter i.d. law. it's trying to intervene in the redistricting case. minority groups have raised concerns that the new laws are discriminatory but republicans in texas insist it's designed to stop voter fraud and governor g perry is saying the white housee is trying to do an end around in recent supreme court decisions. >> big news in entertainment this morning. hollywood has chosen the newest batman. exciting a lot of people are questioning the casting here. we'll have more on that. mor cog up. >> playing host to the 2016 limb picks and -- olympics and there's a big mess. what could be hund 10,000 tons of dead fish found in rio's olympic village? >> make headlines this morning, a disturbing statistic from the united nations. it says there are more than one million registered child receive fewees -- refugeees from the syrian civil war. >> a computer glitch halted trading on the nasdaq yesterday for three hours. and the sec wants answers. they are struggling to find out what went wrong in what is called a
the court ruled the way it did in terms of higher education in michigan and texas. i don't think that is going to exist. i think you need civil rights leaders to speak out against crime in the black community, to speak out against these hip-hop leaders, to say to kids, here is how you can make it in this country and stop thinking just because you're black there is a reason or excuse for not achieving. >> all right. we have to take a break here, when we come back, the ongoing split inside the gop how to stop obama care. >>> first, get fox news' daily newsletters straight in your news box. sign up now at foxnews.com/fox news first. i read it every day. >> announcer: meet mary. she loves to shop online with her debit card and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts and stole her hard-earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. if mary had lifelock's bank account a
suspect in texas took police on a different kind of chase. you see him running there. cops responding to an incident. she dropped the bag with the alleged stolen good and made ama run for it. she leaped over the highwayhigha media and sprinted through multiple lanes of traffic, guess what, she got away. police are still looking for her. >>> hot on the end.end. earthquakes sending people scrambling for cover causing damage across central new zealand, a quake struck a central town around 2:30 in the afternoon. at least six after shocks 5.0 os strong e no serious injuries were reported, but trembling knocked out a major bridge and n destroyed several homes. >>> thanks for joining usning u tonight at 5:00. the news edge at 6:00, coming to you now. >>> a deadly crisis in egypt. it's nightfall in the country,c, but tear gas and fire fill theth sky in another day of violentt protests around that country. violence runs rampant in the streets of cairo during what is called a day of rage in egypt. at least 60 people were killedre in today's clashes between protesters and security forces. the de
is estimate add $35$ million. >> what? >> that's a lot. texas republican is weather more than 100 mill and the virginia v senator is estimate at 88 million. the hills manager editor spoke with fox 5 explaining how issa rose to the top.ro >> he founded a car security system called viper. different assets over the years whether it's stock market or other things will elevate member wealth. >> wow to you make the right moves, right restments and -- right investment as come up with a company you can get paid. >> you can do well.o >> from the wealthiest lawmakers to the highest paid tv actors. tv guide is out with the annuala survey and topping the list forr comedies is two and a half men star ashton kutcher. he is reportedly raking in some 750,000 an episode. how i met your mother's jason siegel came in second and amy poler of park and recreation came in third. by the way, judge judy is the biggest earner of tv genre gen taking in just a lowly $47 million a year.ll >> yeah. >> i don't know how she's surviving off 47 million a year. >> right here on fox 5, too, by the way you can catch her.
: at fort hood, texas casey steagall, fox5.y >>> a s raising wildfire indfir california threatening thousands of homes. h >>> hear from frightening neighbors told to get out now. >>> this is a fresh egg. e so fresh it was laid just a fewa hours ago and didn't come from out in country. >> in fact, the hen that laid it is in this city causing a cau controversy. >>> i'm beth parker.m thbee story is coming up. >> i pointed at him and said dad you are not going to die today. >>> a real life miracle. >>> a man who's heart stopped beating for 45 minutes thrived talk about it.  >> it is a trend taking off in st. louis and portland. people are raising chickens in their backyard and eggs do notdo come fresher. >> someone living in d.c. gave it a try and says they are great. you know there's a but coming on this one. here it is. >> the city informed him he is violating d.c. code. fox5 beth parker has a closer cl look. >> here is the farm. t >> we have a little tree nursery here. >> reporter: a nursery. some vegetables. and. . >> hey, ladies we have company. >> chicke
a massive communication network a hundred years before the new yorkers. upon hearing this, bubba from texas, dug down 30 feet on his farm and found absolutely nothing. he concluded three hundred years ago, texans had already gone wireless. (laughter) all right! hold up your bible, say it like you mean it. this is my bible. i am what it says i am. i have what it says i have. i can do what it says i can do. today i will be taught the word of god. i boldly confess: my mind is alert. my heart is receptive. i will never be the same. in jesus' name. god bless you. i want to talk to you today about something that you've never seen. i grew up in a minister's home and we always had church and auditoriums and traditional sanctuaries. that's what everybody did. but in 2005, god gave us this beautiful facility. now, we have church in a former sports arena. that's something that i had never seen. i worked 17 years behind the scenes at the church doing the television production and i thought that's how i would spend my life. but when my father went to be with the lord, i was suddenly thrust into this pos
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